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Australia’s small business predicts rapid growth post COVID-19 - GoDaddy

Australia’s small businesses predict ‘rapid growth’ post COVID-19, GoDaddy global research reveals

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Looking beyond Australia’s immediate hardships, 82% were optimistic that they would recover within 12 months - compared to just 70% of their global counterparts.
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Reasons for employee layoffs revealed: 1.2 million businesses were already struggling to stay afloat

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New research has provided a clue as to why Australian businesses have had to let go of their employees so quickly after the Government-mandated shutdowns.

What Aussie importers and exporters need to know about flexibility, forex and the COVID-19...

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There are two critical considerations from a business continuity perspective - can your business survive the next few months; and what is the longer-term outlook?

Australian consumers more likely to purchase from purpose-driven brands

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New research from Zeno Group shows that the pandemic has made a clear and compelling purpose even more essential for businesses and brands in Australia.

Airtasker study shows Gen Z are embracing the flexible economy

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Research released by Australian local services marketplace Airtasker reveals that Gen Z are leading the charge when it comes to embracing the flexible economy in Australia.

Aumake positions for market growth as international borders reopen

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Aumake has released an update on current operational and future strategic growth initiatives which have been developed ahead of Australian and New Zealand international border re-openings and are set to provide a significant revenue and market share opportunities.
Australian small businesses hopeful, but fears of a slow rebound persist

Australian small businesses hopeful, but fears of a slow rebound persist

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We’re bringing back Shop Small early this year to encourage shoppers to support the nation’s resilient small business operators and accelerate their recovery.

Surprising facts about the businesses behind the Australian coffee culture

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Not only do they provide what many early morning risers would consider an essential service, they have the potential to be a much needed boost to the economic recovery of the country’s CBD’s and inner suburbs struggling to get back foot traffic post-lockdown.

Illicit market continues to grow in the EU driven by counterfeits in France

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Philip Morris International Inc. is calling for European policymakers to consider the millions of adult smokers who are turning to the illicit market instead of switching to better alternatives. The 2021 KPMG annual study on illicit cigarette consumption, commissioned by PMI, reveals that illicit cigarette consumption increased by an estimated 3.9%—or 1.3 billion cigarettes—last year, reaching 35.5 billion cigarettes consumed across EU member states. Meanwhile, the study estimates that total EU cigarette consumption declined over the same period.

Airtasker sees the Australian service economy staging impressive recovery

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Australian online marketplace Airtasker has revealed its gross marketplace volume (GMV) crossed a record annualised run-rate of more than $200 million.